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On boot-up press the F8 button which would bring up a screen. Select Safe Mode and then press ENTER... on the next screen select the Operating system and press ENTER. The screen will scroll rapid fast upwards and stop at a point for a few seconds. Then the screen with windows will appear with SAFE MODE written on the four corners. It will also ask you whether you want to run windows in safe mode. Choose YES. Now click start --all programmes-assessories-system tools- restore point. From there choose a restore point where the system was working properly and continue with the prompts. The system will restore your sytem after it automatically restarts. Hope it solves,. Else load a fresh OS.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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